95 Tasting Notes
An awesomely berryful black tea. Only have a sample of this but I’m going to have to pick up a box, I think this may be my favourite City Breakfast tea!
The best. The best. It’s the best, Ron. Seriously, serve this hot OR cold with a dash of vanilla soy milk for your world to be ROCKED.
MWAHAHAHAHAHA I CAN DRINK THE REST OF MY SUNRISE SUPPLY BECAUSE IT’S BEEN ADDED TO THE REGULAR T2 STABLE! TODAY IS THE BEST DAY!
Oh yeah! I somehow managed to score a T2 sample with my ridiculous amount of goodies from TassieTeaGirl and decided I’d try this guy iced the other day when I needed one.
Zang! I like! There must have been a bit of rosehip? Or hibiscus? Caught near the bottom of my clear base-pour steeper, because as the tea steeped it took on a golden hay kind of colour, but when I poured out it was more orange/peachy! Made me giggle. The tea was definitely nice and refreshing with some nice fresh flavours going on. I want to put gin in this, just because there are juniper berries. Good, good.
Almost out. This is the worst news when I’m trying to run down my tea supplies. Maybe I’ll make an exception for this guy.
Thanks for the sample, TassieTeaGirl! I almost made a flagrant oversteeping error with this—well, okay, I DID, but I tempered it by quickly running a second shorter steep and blending the two steeps. End result came out still good. PHEW. Nothing worse than ruining a green tea? I enjoyed this, it’s a nice green with just the right kinda hint of fruit. Looking forward to trying it iced soon (the other half’s in the fridge).
Drank the last of mine today, and as I’m trying to run my ample tea stores down a bit I probably won’t see it for a while. Note to self: it’s lovely.
Much better on the second (shorter) steeping. Lovely minty notes with the black tea. This is good. Thanks TassieTeaGirl!